Arctic Gravity Project

International Association of Geodesy

International Gravity Field Service

Danish National Space Center

The Arctic Gravity Project is now complete and has been updated as of March 19, 2008!

Visit the Data Updates page for the newest data sets.

Bureau Gravimetrique International, France

Arctic Region Map (62977 bytes)Helicopter (25234 bytes)

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Orkustofnun (National Energy Authority), Iceland

Geodetic Survey Division - Geomatics, Canada

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany

Naval Research Laboratory

Geodeettinen Laitos, Finland

Department of Space and Climate Physics, University College, London

All-Russia Research Instute for Geology and Mineral Resources of the World Ocean

National Land Survey, Sweden

Federal Service of Geodesy and Cartography of Russia - NO WEB LINK

Geological Survey, Canada

Statens Kartverk, Norway

The Arctic Gravity Project (ArcGP) is an international effort dedicated to the compilation of a public-domain gravity grid of the Arctic gravity field north of 64 N. The focus of the gravity grid will be the Arctic Ocean, Greenland, and the continental areas of North America and Russia north of 64 N. This international effort is being led by Rene Forsberg of Denmark and NGA of the USA, who are supported by a Special Working Group composed of members from ten different countries (USA, Canada, Sweden, Finland, England, Norway, Germany, Iceland, Russia, and France). The primary interest of the ArcGP is the compilation of state-of-the-art detailed free-air and bouguer anomaly grids that will be made available to the general public in the year 2000.

History and Information

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